Frequently Asked Questions

What happens when I go out of range?

All of the transmitter control settings are repeatedly sent to the receiver at a set rate. Miratron uses an error detection system that knows if a control setting is missing. When a set number of errors are detected it is considered a radio communication dropout.
When a Miratron custom system is configured the system designer specifies what the receiver output should change to when radio communication is lost. Normally outputs are set to zero volts but it can be anything that will put the machine being controlled into a safe mode.
On systems with maintained toggle switches it is possible to lock out normal operation when communication returns until the switches are set to a neutral position.


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